A New Kingdom terracotta mold for an eye amulet. 1300-1000 B.C. 1 inch long. Intact. Ex. NY collection of Alex Malloy, 1970s.
A New Kingdom terracotta mold for a baboon amulet. 1300-1000 B.C. 1 1/4 inches long. Intact. Ex. NY collection of Alex Malloy, 1970s.
Egyptian Pre-Dynastic Naqada II period red-ware terracotta jar with round body, two perforated lug handles and a flattened rim. The body of the piece is decorated with red spiral patterns throughout. With some calcifications.
Period: 3500â€“3200 B.C.
Condition: Intact with some small chips in the rim area.
Dimension: Diameter: 10.5 cm (4.13 inches) Height: 7.5 cm (2.95 inches)
A group of three painted amarna pottery fragments. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, 1352-1336 B.C. 2 3/4 inches X 1 3/4 inches for largest fragment, 1 7/8 inches X 1.5 inches for middle fragment and 1.5 inches X 1 inch for smallest. From an old Belgian collection.
Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, Dynasties 26 through 30, Ca 662 to 330 BCE. Fine bronze figures, comprised of two depictions of Horus, each with hands to sides, side lock of youth and wearing uraeus. Along with finely detailed bronze Osiris, holding crook and flail, plumed Atef crown with undulating ram's horns. Osiris measures 4-1/2" H, Horus's measure 3" and 2-7/8" H. Excellent condition. Custom stand...
Clay vessel in the form of a Bes head with a small handle at the left temple.
The head of Bes is portrayed with arched eyebrows, wide open eyes, a flat nose and shaggy hair. The patron of the household and of children is shown with a protruding tongue, an apotropaic gesture to turn evil away.
For a related example, cf. UC48107 in the Petrie Collection Online Catalogue. Also, nos. 993-996, pp. 328 in: FranÃ§oise Dunand. Catalogue des terres cuites grÃ©co-romaines d'Egypte...
Relics of the Nile is pleased to present this very large Egyptian stone mortar. The mortar would have been used to grind grain and other food items for daily use. This is a very fine, large example with an outstanding four-handled design. The mortar is in excellent condition and remains with traces of pigment in a ring around the inside circumference of the mortar. This is a very substantial piece and is an amazing large display of ancient Egyptian pottery...
An extremely rare and quite fabulous Egyptian or Near Eastern storage jar or urn, Dating to the, late 4th.- 3rd. millenium BC.
This vessel is extremely large and has survived the ages in intact condition!
The vessel in red terracotta with some sea-encrustations still present on the surface. three very small lung handles and decorated with concenthric lines. It stands on a low round base-ring.
Size: The diameter of this extraordinay sizable vessel is 34 cm...
Authentic ancient Egyptian green turquoise glazed faience composition amulet, depicting the god Bes. The dwarf god wearing a feather plumed crown, standing on a slender rectangular base, with horizontal suspension hole in the headdress.
Late period 26th-30th Dynasty circa 664-332 BC.
MEASUREMENTS: Height 4.2 cm (1 5/8 in).
CONDITION: in original condition showing its age...
Authentic Ancient Egyptian Circa 800-300 B.C. faience Ushabti - Shabti with black painted details, with arms folded across the chest holding a crook and flail and hieroglyphics inscriptions on the front.
MEASUREMENTS: Height: approximately 10.8 cm (4 1/4 in).
CONDITION: No repairs or restoration with nice showing its age patina...
A sizeable terracotta head of Bes, with bulging eyes, flat nose, thick beard, high cheek bones, exposed tongue and thick beard. Ptolemaic Period, 100-30 B.C. 5 inches high. Intact as shown. ex. Lauwers family collection, Belgium, collected before 1980. Bes was worshipped as a protector of households, of mothers and children and childbirth and later regarded as the defender of everything good and the enemy of all that is bad.
An exceptional large pottery mould for an Ankh Symbol, dating to New Kingdom 1550-1070 BC.
The pottery mould was used for making faiance amulets with the ankh symbol. The ankh also known as key of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin meaning "cross with a handle"), was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that read "life"...
Measurement: 1.5 x 1 x .4 cm
Material/colour: grey (possibly originally blue) glazed composition
Technique: ceramic; underside pierced horizontally
Condition: front leg broken off on right side of Clypeus, some wear on back
Date: Twenty-sixth Dynasty
Provenance: Golden Chariot; original collection of Gustav Jecquier, reportedly from Sakkara.
Identification and Interpretation: Naturalistic scarab with legs in relief tucked...
Egyptian terra cotta scarab mold. New Kingdom, 1600-1100 BC. Brownish red terra cotta. Nearly identical to an example at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, accession number 11.215.683; found at the palace of Amenhotep III during the museum dig of 1911. This would suggest Dynasty 18, 1390 - 1353 BC for the present example. From a Chicago 'Gold Coast' collection, inherited from an old Boston estate. Details to purchaser.
This extremely rare piece is an Egypto-Minoan terracotta jar that dates circa 2nd Millennium B.C. This piece is approximately 4 inches high by 4.5 inches in diameter, and is in intact condition with no repair/restoration. This piece has some spotty light brown and white calcite deposits that are seen both on the inner and outer surfaces of the piece...
A detailed, round terracotta mold for a quadruple eye amulet. Late Period, 600-300 B.C. 1 1/2 inches diameter. Intact. From an old Belgian collection, formed in the mid 1970's.
Aweidah Gallery is very pleased to present this rare style of ancient "Canaanite" Early Bronze Age Abydos ware burnished wine jug with a long neck, large handle and funnel-shaped mouth and a flat base, dated from, 3300 - 2700 BC
Abydos ware (a-BY-dos ware)
Pottery of Canaanite (Syro-Palestinian) origin found in the royal tombs of the First and Second Dynasties (The Old Kingdom) at Abydos, Saqqara, Abusir el-Melek, and other sites in Upper Egypt, dating to Early Bronze Age II (3300-2700 BC...
Ancient Egyptian clay mould for making faience eye of Horus. Measuring 1.5 inches in diameter. Uzat Mold, circa 18th Dynasty.
Provenance: Collected by Gustave JÃ©quier (1868-1946).
Ex. Billy Jamieson (1954-2011)
Authentication: Gayle Gibson, Egyptologist: Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.